book review, horror, women in horror

Urban Legends by Yawatta Hosby

You know you’ve taken your novel research too far when you start murdering people. Students at Independence University start dying in the exact order of Urban Legends covered in Professor Stevens’ class, but who could be the killer? This is a fun horror novel for fans of slasher fiction. If you like the teen horror… Continue reading Urban Legends by Yawatta Hosby

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February Review

And so, Women in Horror Month draws to a close for another year. It’s been a great month, and thank you to everyone who took part. Here’s a round up of my book reviews for February. NamelessDoorEerie Edmonton To Be DevouredCome CloserFeedFurrows Cat in the WallForest Underground Whispers in the DarkPostscriptThe Shuddering Ghost StoriesZombie Zone… Continue reading February Review

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Author Interview Robert Knight

Robert Knight was the pen name for the horror novels of Cindy Bouchard. She wrote historical fiction set in her beloved Canada under her own name. I interviewed Cindy last February, and to my great regret, I didn’t publish her interview as planned, as she passed away last September after a long illness. Cindy was… Continue reading Author Interview Robert Knight

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The Festering Ones by S.H. Cooper

After the disappearance of her father, Faith York’s life is changed forever. As a child, Faith watched some thing drag her father into the woods. Convinced that no one believed her, and even doubting herself at times, it takes Faith decades before a glimmer of hope sends her on the trail of her father, encountering… Continue reading The Festering Ones by S.H. Cooper

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Mythology & Me: Catherine McCarthy

Hi, I’m Cath. My head is almost permanently immersed in the world of books, whether it’s reading or writing. My favourite reading genres are magical realism, gothic fiction and supernatural horror. I have a collection of my own stories on Amazon entitled Door and Other Twisted Tales. My choice of viewing material is similar to… Continue reading Mythology & Me: Catherine McCarthy